It was a good read. I partially agree with Desmond.
IMO at this moment in time Trump doesn't quite possess O'Sullivan or Hendry's cueball control, they're still superior in this department. So from this perspective, his game still needs improving.
However, he can compensate with recovery shots. And on top of that, he has way more cue power, as Perry pointed out. In certain situations, that can make a huge difference. However, I don't believe those types of situations occur often enough to make that much of a difference.
As for him exceeding their achievements, that is possible, but it's not a given/ it's not guaranteed.
One record he will surely break is the career tally for century breaks. ROS doesn't have many years left at the top of the game and he doesn't play in that many events, so I doubt he'll have more than 1200 tons by the time he retires. So I see Trump matching and exceeding that into his mid to late 30's.
Given that there are more events nowadays, and that he plays in almost all of them (even joke events like Gibraltar Open - which I wouldn't even consider entering as a World Champ, I'd see doing that as degrading myself by competing in a Mickey Mouse event), if he continues to stay focused and practice, and given that there is no one his age to challenge him, he has a very good chance of also beating the record for most ranking events won.
As for total number of WC's won, this is a record I don't see him overtaking. The WC only comes once a year, and that will never change. Given his age, he still has around 10 good cracks at it, but I doubt he'll win more than another 3 or 4. Best case scenario he wins 6. To win one more than once every 2 years is almost impossible IMO. Like I said, it only comes once a year, so it only takes one bad match, or even a bad session and you're out.
Another record I don't see him beating is the total number of 147's, although this is a slightly less important record.